Tag: promotion

by Mary Lou Fulton

We’re underway with alpha testing for Printcasting, our Knight News Challenge-funded project at The Bakersfield Californian. It’s great to see everything coming together! The alpha period will give us feedback on how well we’ve done in presenting the basic functionality of the product. But even if every single thing about Printcasting is perfect, that won’t [...] more »

by Dan Gillmor

Scott Rosenberg, a former editor at Salon Magazine who’s writing a book on blogging, takes aim at a fact of life for people creating new media online: They have to find ways to be noticed: This is the way the Web works. If this (or any) blog were my primary focus, I’d be out there [...] more »

by Rich Gordon

It’s now been almost exactly a year since we announced (thanks to a Knight News Challenge grant) that programmer-developers could earn full scholarships to study journalism in the master’s program at the Medill School at Northwestern University. We’ve got plenty of scholarship money still available — but we have not been overwhelmed with applications. Here’s [...] more »

by Rich Gordon

Thanks to the Knight News Challenge, the Medill School of Journalism can offer full scholarships to our master’s program to people with computer programming backgrounds. The first two are on campus now. We’re looking for seven more — and they’re not easy to find. Part of the problem lies in the nature of what we’re [...] more »